This was made in 2017, for my friend Vicky’s wedding. (Previously posted on Deadster.) The pattern is called Corner Lot. I bought it as a kit on Craftsy/Blueprint. It came with 2 layer cakes of 10" precut squares, a yard of binding, and 4 yards of backing. While I LOVE the finished quilt, I wasn’t impressed with the pattern writing. The binding they sent was a stripe, and I improvised and cut it on the cross grain, so I could show the stripes to their best advantage.
Because some of the squares are white, and some are very pale pink & mint, I went with a white batting. The only white that Joann’s had in stock with a 1/16" thickness, so it’s a fairly thin quilt, but being all cotton it should hold up to washing and drying on high heat.
The pattern had me make 3 more blocks than were used in the quilt top, so I recently turned them into potholders for Vicky. You can see them here:
That quilt is stunning! Bravo
With Blueprint just announcing that they are going out of business, I’m so tempted to pick up another quilt kit or two, or some fabric precuts. I loved the fabrics.
Well, scratch that. Looks like they already stopped taking orders.
I like the colors and the pattern is very cute. I think Villa Rosa has a similar design so I might have to pick up one of those and make it now! I like the pink/coral and teal colors.
Totally gorgeous! That pattern is very cool.
That is beautiful. I love the colour palette
Very pretty! I really like the colors.
That’s a gorgeous quilt!
This is a fantastic quilt!
And I’m back with more… I really dig how it’s both traditional-ish and also quite modern-seeming.
This is beautiful! I really love the colors.
It’s really pretty; I bet Vicky loved it. Good thinking cutting the binding on the cross grain for more stripey goodness!